Greenville City Detective JM Dempsey wanted the following information to go to various neighborhoods – Dellwood had an unoccupied for sale home in their neighborhood that during the Christmas vacation was broken into and the large appliances were stolen.… “MyRead more
The honey bee, Apis mellifera (L.), is our most beneficial insect. We must do all we can to protect bee colonies which are pollinators for many of our home and commercially grown fruits and vegetables. Honey bee swarming season normallyRead more
Neighbors: We need your help spreading the word about a foster dog who needs a forever home. She’s a perfect size, just 23 lbs. and her current foster family thinks she’d make a great companion to perhaps one of theRead more
We are getting reports from our neighbors that the security sales people are still at it. We did receive a response from the one representative from the company (Pinnacle/Devcon) indicating this was an ‘isolated’ individual, but most folks are stillRead more
In response to a post to the NMCA website regarding door-to-door Security System scams, we learned the following: The Dellwood Neighborhood Association sent the following text out in an email to their members on Monday and we are copying itRead more
Mark your calendars now for NMCA’s free bike safety clinic to be held Saturday, June 9, at McPherson Park on North Main and E. Park, from 9-11am. NMCA is partnering with Safe Kids Upstate, a non-profit coalition affiliated with theRead more
As you may recall, Developer David Douglas blamed his contractor for cutting down the trees at Brookside. Wonder who he’s going to blame for planting the signs? As you can see from the photo below, a public notice sign somehowRead more
Although developer David Douglas admits that cutting the Brookside Trees was a “gross error,” his contractor did it. So, why should he be held accountable by the city?
Naming the “Thumb” Developer, David Douglas, who killed the Brookside Trees.
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS After being without a social committee chair for almost two years, we finally have had a volunteer step forward and take the position. We are pleased to welcome Anne Marie Cummings to this job! Over the last fewRead more